When you connect your smart bulbs to your existing fittings, they become smart lights. Conveniently controllable via an app or virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa you can schedule, time and adjust light intensity with ease.
Laser 10W Smart RGB Bulb B22, $15, Big W
Like the bulb above, this product has the same features but can provide red, green, and blue lights as well.
Keep it simple
“The average Aussie home is predicted to have 18+ connected devices by 2023. That’s a lot of different settings to manage,” says Tim Fant, Offer Manager at Clipsal. “A system that lets you group all of your devices into one app will make your life a lot easier. It will also help you set single commands for multiple devices that can be given from that app or linked to home assistants and sensors,” he adds.
Work at your own pace and budget
A smart home doesn't have to cost you a fortune. “Options that utilise the home’s standard wiring and can be installed during renovation or construction will also help reduce costs. They offer the ability to scale your system up in line with your budget, without the expense and hassle of ripping up walls and floors,” he adds.
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